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  2. Victory Celebrations: A Play by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 1983-02-10
  3. Kontinent: Alternative Voice of Russia and Eastern Europe (Coronet Bks.) by Alexander Solzhenitsyn and Andrei D. Sakharov and Andrei Sinyavsky and Joseph Brodsky and Alexander Galich, 1977
  4. We Never Make Mistakes - Two Short Novels by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 1974
  5. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 1972-01-01
  6. Alexander Solzhenitsyn: The Major Novels by Abraham Rothberg, 1971-12-09
  8. Lenin in Zuricc Chapters by Alexander Solzhenitsyn., 1976
  9. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: A Biography by Hans Bjuorkegren, Kaarina Eneberg, 1972-06
  10. The Politics of Solzhenitsyn by Stephen Carter, 1976-06
  11. Solzhenitsyn ([MIT paperback series] MIT 175) by Georg Lukács, 1971-06-15
  12. Cancer Ward by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 1972
  13. Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Steven Allaback, 1979
  14. The Gulag Archipelago by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 1974

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42. Alexander Solzhenitsyn: Facts And Extensive Reading List
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Essential facts on Alexander Solzhenitsyn, as well as a very extensive reading list! 
Born December 11, 1918, in Kislovodsk, Soviet Russia. Only child. Nickname: Sanya. Father: dead before Sanya's birth. Mother: overeducated secretary. Raised Russian Orthodox. Childhood distinctions: hyperactive achiever. 1924 joined mother in Rostov-on-Don. 1930 joined Young Pioneers, a Communist youth group. 1936 top graduate of elite Rostov high school (and a full-fledged atheist). 1940 married Natalya Reshetovskaya. 1941 mathematics graduate of Un. of Rostov. 1942-45 artillery officer in Red Army. 1945 arrested for criticizing Stalin. 1945 prison camp in Moscow. 1946 Mavrino 'think tank' prison in Moscow. 1950 transferred to dreaded work camp in Kazakhstan. 1952 rediscovered faith. 1953 released but exiled to Kazakhstan. 1954 survived stomach cancer 1962 published masterpiece novella One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich . 1968 published two major polyphonic novels: First Circle and Cancer Ward . 1970 Nobel Prize for literature. 1972 August 1914 , first of Red Wheel (World War I and Communist Revolution) series. 1973 Married Natalya Svetlova, with whom he had three sons. 1974 first of 3-volume

43. Alexander Solzhenitsyn: A Defining Moment
alexander solzhenitsyn (1918alive) solzhenitsyn had long resigned himself to theterrible injustice that he would never see a word he had written in print.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn (1918-alive)
         Solzhenitsyn had long resigned himself to the terrible injustice that he would never see a word he had written in print. By 1961, after 14 years of writing, the secrecy and the faint hope were wearing him out. He never went to bed without hiding his writings. He rehearsed what he would say if the KGB came storming into his hovel during the night. At that time he was writing what would eventually be called One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich , an artistic novella but also a scathing indictment of the Soviet slave labor camps. Then one day he read Premier Khrushchev's speech at the 22nd Congress of Soviets. Solzhenitsyn was stunned. Khrushchev openly condemned Stalin, the evil dictator who had died in 1953! Was the Soviet Union ready for an honest book about the slave labor camps? Or would such an honest book get its author thrown right back into those very labor camps?
         Solzhenitsyn decided he must take the chance.
         In November 1961 he took his manuscript to a literary friend in Moscow. Not one diehard Communist in 1000 would approve publication of such a book. Yet over the next months the manuscript was guided upward by helpful hands, always avoiding the thousand hands with the knives, through layer after layer of bureaucracy - yes, all the way up to Premier Khrushchev himself. And he approved its publication! To Solzhenitsyn it was a miracle perhaps even greater than his cure from cancer in 1954.
         Words that Solzhenitsyn's editor had screamed upon the publication of

44. CNN - Books: Alexander Solzhenitsyn By D. M. Thomas - March 2, 1998
Review of DM Thomas' biography, with background information.Category Arts Literature Russian Authors solzhenitsyn, alexander...... Buy it from Barnes Noble. alexander solzhenitsyn A Century in his Life By DM Thomas St. Martin's Press. (C) 1998 DM Thomas All rights reserved.
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"Alexander Solzhenitsyn: A Century in his Life" By D. M. Thomas St. Martin's Press (C) 1998 D. M. Thomas ISBN: 0-312-18036-5 In telling the story of one of Russia's greatest writers Alexander Solzhenitsyn D.M. Thomas has written a history of Russia as well. In his books Solzhenitsyn lay bare the details of the Stalinist labor camps that killed millions. He won the 1970 Nobel Prize, but was forced into exile in 1974. CHAPTER ONE ANCESTRAL VOICES I saw it fifty years ago Before the thunderbolt had riven it, Green leaves, ripe leaves, leaves thick as butter, Fat, greasy life.... W. B. YEATS, Purgatory HAPPY IS THE WRITER WHO REMEMBERS DRAWING IN THE DEVOTED love of a woman and, through her, the riches of his native traditions. For Pushkin, at the start of the nineteenth century, that woman was his nurse, Arina Rodionovna, whose simple peasant love consoled him for the coldness of his mother. The fairy tales and folk stories she told him in Russian broke through the genteel French of polite society. He paid tribute to her in a tender poem that imagines her sighing like a sentry on guard, at an upstairs window, her gnarled hands knitting more slowly now, as she gazes at the forgotten gate, the distant blackened road; he is late, and she fearfully imagines ... The lyrical fragment breaks off at that point. But their two imaginings have touched for a moment again in his adulthood and his adulteries.

45. CNN Cold War - Profile: Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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Author and Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn was born into a Cossack family of intellectuals on December 11, 1918. He attended the University of Rostov-na-Don, graduating with honor in mathematics and physics, and took correspondence courses in literature from Moscow State University. He fought in World War II, attaining the rank of captain of artillery, but was arrested in February 1945, after a letter he had written to a friend that was critical of Stalin fell into the hands of the KGB. Branded an "enemy of the people," he was sentenced to eight years of imprisonment, followed by internal exile. He was taken first to the notorious KGB Lubyanka prison in Moscow, then to Marfino, a research institute where imprisoned intellectuals were forced to work for the state, and finally to a hard-labor camp. Discharged in 1953, he was exiled to the remote town of Berlik. While there he developed internal cancer and almost died. All of these experiences provided material for his subsequent books. In 1956, after Stalin had been dead for three years, Solzhenitsyn was rehabilitated and allowed to settle in Ryazan in central Russia, where he became a mathematics instructor and began to write. In 1961 he submitted his first manuscript, "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich," to the authorities in hopes of being allowed to publish it. The novel, based on his own experiences, detailed the daily life of a prisoner in the forced hard-labor camps under Stalin. Khrushchev, in the midst of his "de-Stalinization" campaign, allowed the book to be published in 1963. Its description of life in the camps was the first of its kind, and its straightforward language and content spoke strongly to ordinary citizens and intellectuals alike. It produced a sensation both inside and outside the Soviet Union.

46. Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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Alexander Solzhenitsyn "El totalitarismo es el peor cáncer que puede padecer un individuo". Alexander Solzhenitsyn nació en 1918 en el pueblo de Kislovodsk, en el sur del país. En su juventud fue un apasionado leninista que incluso participó en el Ejército Rojo, hasta que sus comentarios críticos sobre Stalin lo llevaron a prisión en 1945. La vida del escritor fue un exilio perpetuo; salió de la cárcel para emigrar a Occidente, de donde volvió a partir, decepcionado del neoliberalismo, para retornar finalmente a una Rusia desconocida, que parece poco dispuesta a rendirle el homenaje que un ganador del Premio Nobel se merecería. Poco después Solzhenitsyn fue arrestado y enviado a la prisión de Lubyanka y de ahí lo trasladaron a un campo de prisioneros a Kazajastán, donde sufrió torturas y castigos constantes por parte de los guardias. Entre tanto, Solzhenitsyn enfermó de cáncer y debió someterse a un prolongado tratamiento que, según él mismo creía, lo habría dejado estéril.

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48. BBC - Books - Author Profile For Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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Arts Books ... Help Like this page? Send it to a friend! surnames.. A to B C to E F to I J to L M to O P to R S to T U to Z Alexander Solzhenitsyn Born: Kislovosdsk, Southern Russia, 1918 Page 1 Important works: Solzhenitsyn's controversial first novel, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (1962) caused a sensation at home and abroad, with its descriptions of conditions in the labour camps. At the time of publication, the government had yet to admit to the existence of the camps. In 1965, his manuscripts were seized by the KGB. His wife hid the draft of The Gulag Archipelago In 1968, Solzhenitsyn was attacked for aligning himself with "the enemies of the USSR" and neither of his next two novels could be published in his native country. He was expelled from the Soviet Writers' Union. He was arrested and expelled from the Soviet Union in 1974 after the foreign publication of the first of the three volumes of The Gulag Archipelago (1973). The first Russian-language edition did not appear until 1989. His other important novels about the Soviet Union are

49. Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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Clement, Olivier. The Spirit of Solzhenitsyn. Search P. 1976 234pp., good in d/w. 6.00
Labedz, Leopold. (Ed. and intro.) Solzhenitsyn: A Documentary Record. Penguin 1972 264pp., card covers, sl. marked else good. 3.00
Medvedev, Zhores. 10 Years after Ivan Denisovich. Trans. from the Russian by Hilary Sternberg. MacMillan 1973 Plates, 202pp., ex-lib. copy with usual stamps, lacks ffep., else good in d/w. 5.00
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. August 1914. Trans. by Michael Glenny. Penguin 1974 rep. 645pp., card covers, good. 3.50
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. Candle in the Wind. Trans. by Keith Armes. The Bodley Head 1973 141pp., ex-lib. copy with usual stamps, lacks ffep., else good in d/w. 5.00
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. Lenin in Zurich. Trans. by H.T. Willetts. The Bodley Head 1976 First UK edition. Author's index of names, 255pp., good in sl. torn d/w. 8.00
Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. Letter to Soviet Leaders. Trans. by Hilary Sternberg. Collins in assoc. with Index on Censorship 1974 64pp., ex-lib. copy with usual stamps, lacks ffep., else good in d/w. 3.50
Solzhenitsyn, Alexandr I. The Oak and the Calf: Sketches of Literary Life in the Soviet Union. Translated from the Russian by Harry Willetts. Collins and Harvill P. 1980 Appendices, glossary, index, 568pp., inscr., else good and sound. 15.00

50. Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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51. Alexander Solzhenitsyn-Cancer Ward
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Alexander Solzhenitsyn was born in Kislovodsk, Soviet Union in 1918. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1970. While serving in the Soviet army, Solzhenitsyn was imprisoned and later exiled to Central Russia. His prison experiences were documented in his first work of fiction, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. Solhenitsyn's other novels include The First Circle, Cancer Ward and August 1914. He also wrote an autobiography, The Oak and the Calf. The conversation between the cancer patient, Oleg and the lady doctor Zoya in which they discuss, among other things, the Indian film Awara (The Tramp), is from Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward. …she was excited by his steady, absorbing admiration. It was something she'd never encountered among the young men from the town who cuddled their girls so casually every Saturday night at the dance. Suddenly she flung out her arms, snapped the fingers of both hands, her whole body writhing to the urge of the popular song she began singing from a recent Indian film.
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52. Selections From Alexander Solzhenitsyn At
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53. Shevchenko Scientific Society Library Catalog -- Sorted By AUTHOR
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SOLZhENYTs'iN, Aleksandr Arkhypelah HULah 1918-1956. Op'it khudozhestvennoho yssledovanyia
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Subject(s): Concentration Camps - Soviet Union. SOLZHENITSYN, Aleksandr I Gulag Archipelago. 1918-1956
3 vls. 24cm. LanguageE. New York-Hagerstown, 1974-1975.
Subject(s): Prisoners - Political, Concentration Camps - Soviet Union. SOLZHENITSYN, Aleksandr I Gulag Archipelago. 1918-1956.I-II. An Experiment in Literary Investigation
660p. 18cm. LanguageE. New York-Evanston, 1974.
Subject(s): Prisoners - Political, Concentration Camps - Soviet Union. SOLZhENYTs'iN, Aleksandr Yzbrannoe Russian language specialtes. 122s. 25sm. LanguageR. Chykaho, 1965. SOLZHENITSYN, Aleksander Lenin in Zurich Farrar, Straus and Giroux (Translated by H.T. Willetts). 309p. 22cm. LanguageE. New York, 1976. Subject(s): Lenin (Ul'ianov), 1870-1924. SOLZHENITSYN, Alexander

54. EXile #152 - Alexander Solzhenitsyn Vs. Jerry Garcia
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Served 8 years in Siberian labor camp Played eight hour gigs Dumb “hippie” beard Dumb “Amish” beard Dressed like Russian peasant Sang like Appalachian peasant Dumped first wife Serviced by thousands of eager groupies Prescribed morphine Banged heroin for cancer every day of his life Taken seriously by Nobel Committee Taken seriously by Rolling Stone magazine Dead comrades Deadheads Got boring after August 1914 Got boring after June, 1967 Helped to bring down USSR Helped maintain resale price of VW vans Did a talk show Played solo as “Jerry and Friends” Endlessly relived Revolution Endlessly replayed "Truckin'" Close to death Dead Vermont cabin Uncle John cabib Wannabe Spiritual Advisor to Russian narod Spiritual Advisor to Jefferson Airplane “My obligation to those still living outweighed my obligation to the dead.” “Saint Stephan will remain All he lost he shall regain” The Red Wheel Cumberland Blues Toured Siberia Several months in a coma Send this story to a friend or foe: E-mail: Note (optional) Tel: +7 (095) 795-3376 fax: +7 (095) 245-1415
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55. Alexander Solzhenitsyn (1918 - )
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56. Pictures Of Siberia. Portrait Of Alexander Solzhenitsyn
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57. Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn At -- Essays, Resources
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Jump to: Table of Contents Section 1 (pg. 3-21) Section 2 (pg. 22-40) Section 3 (pg. 41-57) Section 4 (pg. 58-76) Section 5 (pg. 77-96) Section 6 (pg. 97-105) Section 7 (pg. 106-119) Section 8 (pg. 120-139) Author/Context Need to write an essay? Visit the new BookRags Essay Workshop! Alexander Solzhenitsyn was a child of both the Revolution (1917) and the ensuing Civil War in the Soviet Union. His childhood was inevitably marked by the political upheavals of the time. Even during high school, Solzhenitsyn planned on writing an epic novel about the Revolution. But ironically, it was his imprisonment that became the inspiration for his novel about a day in the life of an uneducated peasant serving in a labor camp. Solzhenitsyn, in many ways, based the experiences of his protagonist, Ivan Denisovich, on his own prison experiences. Like Ivan Denisovich, Solzhenitsyn was also a bricklayer in the labor camps. In 1956, after Khruschev's denunciation speeches against Stalin, Alexander Solzhenitsyn's sentence was finally annulled. With his newfound freedom, Solzhenitsyn faced a different world than he previously knewhis wife had remarried while he was in prisonand the Soviet Union was undergoing political transition. In 1959, he composed

59. Alexander Solzhenitsyn Resources At Questia - The Online Library
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